A guest speaker explained the science behind the different COVID-19 vaccines with Grauer students, and shared his experience of working to develop a COVID-19 vaccine candidate.
Several Grauer students had their films nominated and selected to officially screen live at the Central Film Festival’s online international event on Instagram.
The Grauer School's Visual and Performing Arts Department hosted their Virtual Middle School Café Night, featuring artwork and performances by Middle School students in our Music, Theatre, Multimedia, and Visual Arts departments. This year's event is a virtual experience that you can enjoy at any time with your family.
9th Grade English students created Identity Maps as a way of brainstorming the different elements of their identity. As part of their study of Edgar Allan Poe and gothic literature, the students completed two creative projects to express what they learned.
8th Grade PE students completed an Outdoor Workout Circuit using a series of fun fitness challenges at different stations, including frisbee, badminton, spikeball, pull-ups, pushups, stair-climbing, and tug-of-war.
Grauer students and staff have been enjoying hearing nature in action through the loud croaking noises coming from frogs that live in the water feature and tall grass near the school's fountain in the main courtyard.
Three Grauer Seniors were honored on Senior Night at Horizon Prep by their CIF Girls Volleyball team.
Congratulations to Erin W. '25 for representing The Grauer School at the virtual San Diego Union-Tribune Countywide Spelling Bee on March 17 via Zoom.
Congratulations to Grauer Junior Jaden C. '22 for being selected to be a member of the 2021 USA National Fencing Junior and Cadet Men's Sabre World Championship Team.
After a recent ski trip, Dr. Grauer reflects on his lifelong passion for skiing and the real reason that he enjoys it, which is much more complicated than just racing down a hill.
This week's column features an update on student mental health and happiness after a year of pandemic. New findings from a national survey of student happiness and resilience are astonishing in what they reveal about teaching and learning at Grauer over this past very difficult year.
We're trying to teach our children while they're bombarded by anecdotes, slivers of the truth, and demagoguery. Never has great education been more important.
Dr. Grauer recommends the book "Braiding Sweetgrass", which brilliantly braids together the science expertise of a seasoned botany professor, with the wisdom and spirituality of a Native American elder, and the skill of a master writer.